Thursday, October 30, 2008

1948 and 2008 Elections Eeerily Similiar?

The election of 1948 has been deemed the greatest upset in American presidential races. Incumbent President Harry Truman, a Democrat, trailed by double digits entering into the final days of the race to challenger Governor George Dewey, Republican governor of New York.

Truman won by nearly 5 points and won over 300 electoral votes.

Could a repeat happen in 2008?

Here's more on the election of 1948.

No comments: